Beyond the Barways

The Super Bowl Walk

THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT On Super Bowl Sunday, February 4, 2018, starting at 11:00 am, the Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) and The Trustees of Reservations (TTOR) will be hosting their annual Super Bowl Walk, a hike that extends from the Slocum’s River in...

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Foliage Walk at the Noquochoke Conservation Area

Join WLCT for a leaf peeping hike at the Noquochoke Conservation Area on Thursday, November 3rd at 9:30 AM. Prepare to walk two miles over uneven terrain. Meet at the parking lot at 421 Pine Hill Road.   Wearing blaze orange is encouraged during hunting...

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Owl Prowl with the Paskamansett Bird Club

Join WLCT and the Paskamansett Bird Club for our annual owl prowl on October 14th at WLCT's Herb Hadfield Conservation Area at 255 Cornell Road in Westport to listen for owls and other critters as the sun sets. This dusk walk, led by Paskamansett Bird Club President...

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Dog-Walking Series

Join WLCT and the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust (DNRT) for a fun, guided hike for you and your four-legged friend. Reservations are required ahead of time by contacting Brendan@WestportLandTrust.org. On Saturday October 15 at 9 AM: Join Jenn Mello of JC Wagmore...

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Spooky Walk–Cancelled

Due to the high likelihood of heavy rain and thunderstorms this evening, we have opted to cancel the Spooky Walk with the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust scheduled for 5:30 PM tonight at the Headwaters Conservation Area.   On Friday, October 21, 2015 starting at...

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Sunset Yoga at the Westport Town Farm

Join the Westport Land Conservation Trust (WLCT) and certified yoga instructor, Andrea DeVeau, for a sunset yoga class at the Westport Town Farm. All ability levels are welcome. Suggested $10 donation. Meet at the parking lot at 830 Drift Road.

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Native Plants of the Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge

Join, Sally Godfrey, at the Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge to explore the native plant communities of Westport Harbor. Please plan to walk several miles over uneven terrain. Meet at the parking lot at 386 Old Harbor Road.

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Forest Succession at the Noquochoke Conservation Area

Join naturalist, Mark Strauss, for an interpretive hike at the recently opened Noquochoke Conservation Area, the former site of Camp Noquochoke. Please be prepared to walk at least two miles over uneven terrain. Meet at the parking lot at 421 Pine Hill Road.

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Timber Stand Improvement at the Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge

Chapter 132 Forest Cutting Plans are prepared for all timber harvesting operations on Westport Land Conservation Trust properties. Join state licensed forester, Phil Benjamin, on a two hour hike of the Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge to learn how forests are "managed" and...

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